Two Hundred Fifty-Seventh Production
THE LOUD RED
ELIOT HALL, JAMAICA PLAIN
FOURTH, FIFTH and SIXTH
THE FOOTLIGHT CLUB
THE LOUD RED PATRICK
A New Comedy
By John Boruff
Rosalie Flannigan Miss Diane Winchester
Rita Flannigan Miss Mickey O'Callahan
Maggie Flannigan Miss Barbara Floyd
Mary Flannigan Miss Nancy Tucker
Mrs. Gallup Mrs. Philip G. Johnson
Patrick Flannigan Edward J. O'Callahan
Mr. Finnegan John F. Drum
Ralph Penrose Edward C. WiUiams, Jr.
Richard George H. Darrell, Jr.
Synopsis of Scenes
The entire action of the play takes place in the Flannigan
living-room, in Cleveland, Ohio, mid-August, 1912.
The. following day-early morning
Produced by special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.
Management of the play
Director: Edward J. O'Callahan
Asst. Director: Mrs. Richard H. Overholt
Stage Manager: John H. O'Neill, Jr.
Prompter: Mrs. Charles M. Seidenberg
Lights: Richard L. Hanford, Mrs. Richard C. Williams
Stage decor: Mrs. J. Martin Woodall
Properties: Miss Emily D. Furness, Mrs. Horace H. Soule
Make-up: Mrs. Powell Robinson, Jr.
Sound: Miss Marie Knuttunen
Costumes: Mrs. Theodore I. Reese
Mrs. James F. Vaughn, Jr.
Stage Crew: George C. G. Bloomberg, Francis J. Campbell,
Richard J. Dennis, Parkman D. Harding,
John J. McNiff, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Tucker,
Edward P. Winchester
The Club invites you to have refreshments in the Lower
Hall following Act Two. A bell will ring in the Lower Hall
shortly before the end of the intermission.
Mrs. George J. Cutler, Mrs. Francis R. Dobrowski,
Mrs. Waldo C. Hodgdon, Mrs. Karl Sax
Mrs. Eugene B. Floyd, Mrs. Heman Howard,
Mrs. Arthur W. Tucker, Mrs. Edward Winchester
Mrs. George H. Darrell, Mrs. Edward J. O'Callahan,
Mrs. Lincoln Mayo, Mrs. Malcolm C. Rees
Miss Martha L. Barnard, Miss Valerie Roberts
Miss Marilyn J. Winchester, Miss Barbara L. Wyluda
Miss Lynne J. Wyluda, Miss Janie Van Zandt
At the Door
Thursday: Malcolm C. Rees
Friday: Richard H. Van Kleeck
Saturday: George H. Darrell